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Glenn Kirschner is a former U.S. Army prosecutor turned analyst for NBC News and MSNBC. One thing Kirschner is not is shy. He is quite vocal about his belief that former “president” Donald Trump has committed crimes against the nation. He has a YouTube channel, and he speaks with other outlets when asked. Speaking with Newsweek, Kirschner shared that he believes Mark Meadows either is or will become a cooperating witness against Donald Trump.

We all know Trump is guilty, but the DOJ needs evidence to prosecute him for inciting the violence that occurred on January 6, 2021. The entire fiasco is a result of Trump’s repeated lies about the 2020 election being “stolen.” As Trump’s right-hand-man, it has always been assumed that Meadows was deeply involved. In fact, his involvement came to light during the House Select Committee investigations when the committee obtained text messages between Meadows and members of Congress who support the “stolen election” foolishness. RawStory reported that not only was Meadows texting with members of Congress but that he also engaged people in local government and right-wing activists. The reporter who first broke the news, Hunter Walker, believes what we have seen is only “the tip of the iceberg” because the logs that accompanied the text messages appear to be incomplete. Put nothing past these haters of democracy and their plan to subvert democracy. Meadows, of course, is no stranger to cheating.


It was reported earlier that Meadows (and his wife) may have committed voter fraud by registering in three different states. According to Salon, the North Carolina Bureau of Investigation has submitted its investigation of voter fraud to North Carolina Attorney General Josh Stein, who will ultimately determine whether to file charges against Meadows. Interestingly, Stein is the one who requested an investigation after removing Meadows from the North Carolina voting rolls. Stein discovered that Meadows was registered at a ratty-looking mobile home where he never lived. Meadows did so to help his friend Donald Trump, who ended up winning North Carolina by slightly more than one percentage point. Meadows, who did not and never has, lived in the trailer represented to the registrar that he lived at the address, which is a violation of North Carolina law. If this investigation proves that Meadows did not live at the trailer-and we know it will-he could be facing jail time, but Meadows’ deceptive ways go far beyond that.

He also registered in Alexandria, Virginia, a few weeks before that states gubernatorial election, where Youngkin became the first Republican to win the state in some time. Meadows was also simultaneously registered in South Carolina, and according to the Washington Post, he filed three false voter forms in 2020. Meadows is a vocal proponent of the “stolen election” nonsense while he is a fraud. The DOJ can and should use all this information to get Meadows to turn evidence against Trump. None of these narcissists want to spend any time in jail, and it appears that the DOJ may have plenty of them to point fingers at each other.

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